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Written Life Literacy Self-Assessment


2 Days

About the Course

Instructions: Take a few moments to reflect on your current knowledge, skills, and areas where you feel less confident. The following prompts will help you identify specific areas of Life Literacy where you can focus your efforts for improvement. Be honest with yourself and answer each question to the best of your ability. This self-awareness will guide your learning journey towards enhancing your Life Literacy. 

Personal Finance Management: 

  • How confident do you feel about managing your personal finances, including budgeting, saving, and investing? 

  • Do you have a clear understanding of concepts like interest rates, credit scores, and debt management? 

  • Are you aware of different types of insurance and their importance in financial planning? 

Health and Well-being: 

  • Do you prioritize and maintain a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, nutrition, and stress management? 

  • How knowledgeable are you about common health conditions, preventive measures, and seeking medical care when needed? 

  • Are you familiar with strategies for maintaining mental well-being and managing emotions effectively? 

Digital Literacy: 

  • How comfortable are you with using various digital technologies, such as computers, smartphones, and the internet? 

  • Do you possess essential digital skills, like online communication, information searching, and online security awareness? 

  • Are you aware of the potential risks associated with online activities and how to protect your privacy? 

Critical Thinking: 

  • How skilled are you at analyzing information, evaluating arguments, and forming well-reasoned opinions? 

  • Do you actively seek out diverse perspectives and consider multiple viewpoints before making decisions? 

  • Are you confident in your ability to identify logical fallacies and biases in both written and verbal communication? 

Communication Skills: 

  • How effective are your verbal and written communication skills in conveying your thoughts and ideas? 

  • Can you actively listen to others, engage in meaningful conversations, and express empathy? 

  • Are you aware of different communication styles and adaptable in various social and professional settings? 


  • How well do you understand your own strengths, weaknesses, values, and beliefs? 

  • Are you able to recognize and manage your emotions effectively? 

  • Do you actively engage in self-reflection and personal growth? 


  • How confident are you in your ability to make informed decisions, weighing the pros and cons? 

  • Do you consider short-term and long-term consequences when making choices? 

  • Are you familiar with decision-making frameworks and strategies that can help you in different situations? 


  • How skilled are you at identifying and analyzing problems, generating creative solutions, and implementing them? 

  • Are you comfortable seeking help, collaborating with others, and thinking outside the box? 

  • Do you approach challenges with a growth mindset and embrace the learning opportunities they present? 

Goal Setting: 

  • Are you proactive in setting meaningful goals and creating actionable plans to achieve them? 

  • Do you regularly review and adjust your goals based on progress and changing circumstances? 

  • Are you motivated and committed to pursuing personal and professional aspirations? 

Take your time to reflect and answer these questions honestly.

Once you have completed the self-assessment, review your responses and identify areas where you feel the most room for improvement.

These insights will guide you on your journey of enhancing your Life Literacy skills.

Remember, it's a continuous learning process, and every step you take brings you closer to personal growth and success.

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Matthew Triplett

Matthew Triplett
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